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gaiaGaLF submersible 120

The gaiaGaLF submersible medium ultrafine bubble generator is dissolved oxygen generator, for aerating lakes, horticulture irrigation water, fishponds and shrimp cultivation. Aeration is for many biological processes very important the gaiaGaLF submersible unit guarantees high DO values for ideal biological activities creating an optimal environment for high production output.

miniGaLF microbubble

The miniGaLF is the entry level GaLF model designed for companies, universities, research institutes and individuals that want to learn about micro bubble technology.

blenderGaLF pvc

Customized GaLF solutions built into your own applications

RF600

The RF600 self-cleaning intake strainer provides industrial strength, low maintenance filtration for surface mounted pumps. The RF600 are extremely tough stainless steel self-cleaning basket filters that protect pumps and other connected equipment from blocking and blinding when pumping dirty water. The award winning self-cleaning mechanism in the filters provides a continuous backwash keeping the filter mesh free of weed, debris and other suspended solids. The RF600 can handle 90m3 to 275 m3 per hour.

RF100 Duplex

The RF100 Duplex self cleaning inlet filter is a twin headed strainer with a capacity of up to 60 liters / minute. It has an efficient self-cleaning action designed to keep the filter mesh clear, protecting the pump and other equipment. In ponds the gentle yet effective action of this filter protects aquatic life while providing an uninterrupted filtered supply of water. In a more industrial settings debris and suspended solids can be filtered out of water.

RF100 Single

The RF100 Single is the smallest self-cleaning inlet filter (strainer). It filters up to 30 liters / minute and is designed to protect pumps and other equipment. This robust and reliable filter is easy to install. It's compact, lightweight and has simple connections. Great for gardens and light industrial applications where there is a need to filter water. The strainer uses 20 - 25% of the pump's output drive the internal back washing rotor, cleaning the whole screen every ½ second. Debris, wildlife and suspended solids are kept clear of the filter mesh.

Ultrafine Bubbles and the effect on Seed Germination

Nano Bubbles are useful in accelerating the metabolism of living organisms, but the mechanism is not yet well understood. In a study, they investigated the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) by Nano Bubbles and the effect on seed germination. The conclusion of the study was seeds in nano bubble water had a higher germination rate than all those submerged in the different other conventional used solutions.

Project report water treatment lake gaiaGaLF nano bubbles

A contaminated pond which was used for irrigation was treated for 40 days with nano bubbles. After treatment the algae contamination problems was solved. For the treatment the gaiaGaLF nano bubble generator was used, in combination with an connected oxygen concentrator.

Demonstration gaiaGaLF submersible unit

The gaiaGaLF submersible unit is a, complete unit with the low-pressure mixing valve technique that effectively and efficiently saturates liquids with gases over 5 times the levels of conventional technologies. The unit moves 113 liters of water per minute and dissolves 4 liters of oxygen per minute creating a high DO content and ultrafine bubbles in the water.

Bubble sizes and properties

Bubbles are gas filled cavities in water. The contact area between bubbles in water filled with tiny bubbles is much larger than water filled with bigger bubbles. The gas pressure inside a small bubble is higher than in a large bubble, therefore the surface tension of a small bubble is higher as well.

ISO fine bubbles

Great things happen when the world agrees, fine bubbles are an innovative technology, but without proper standards for the industry development, there are obstacles. From 2013 ISO started the creation of an International Standard for fine bubbles popularly know as nano bubbles.

Ultrafine bubble generation

There are various technologies to generate ultrafine bubbles. This article gives an overview of the most used techniques, such as pressurized dissolution, static mixers, and rotational flow.